Home Bake Box: Kanelbullar

Kanelbullar, perhaps more well known as traditional Swedish cinnamon buns, were my final bake box to test and review. Created after the First World War when ingredients like sugar, eggs, and butter were no longer as heavily restricted, the cinnamon rolls didn’t became popular for another 30 years, in the 1950s when expensive ingredients like cinnamon could be purchased. In 1999 it was decided that … Continue reading Home Bake Box: Kanelbullar

Mango Mania: Recipes to try this summer

by Emily Stearn Mango Mojito Pancakes (Serves 4) To combat the traditional British summer rain we’re experiencing at the moment, I’ve got two summery and healthy recipes for you to try. Both include mangoes and limes, which are in season at the moment, are super adaptable, and are perfect for both rain and sun. The first is a foodie twist on the classic mojito (world’s … Continue reading Mango Mania: Recipes to try this summer

Feature: Margaret Atwood’s Book Reading, Hag-Seed

St Mary’s Church, Bathwick, is a beautiful building. Not, however, where one would expect to be directed if they were going to a book reading. Nestled in a corner of the Roman town, the church exudes the knowledge of its age: it is, after all, of medieval origins. This proved the perfect backdrop for a reading from multi-award winning author and essayist Margaret Atwood. Her … Continue reading Feature: Margaret Atwood’s Book Reading, Hag-Seed

Review: Kill the Cat Theatre – The Beginner’s Guide to Navigation

The Beginner’s Guide to Navigation is about maps. It’s also about cheese jamborees. And anarchy, and relationships, and Eurocentrism. The Beginner’s Guide to Navigation is about a lot of things but most of all it’s about the poignant message hidden amongst a stream of hilarious far-fetched nonsense. Having been led grossly astray by an outdated copy of a 1997 A-Z map, Catherine, played by Madeleine … Continue reading Review: Kill the Cat Theatre – The Beginner’s Guide to Navigation